The cooler will be based on the principles of vortex generator flow technology and will feature two Twister fans which are able to supply high amounts of airflow while maintaining a relatively low operating noise. The fans do feature bright red LEDâ€™s, however they will be able to be turned off via a switch attached to the fans themselves.
As for other details, there will be six copper heatpipes in direct contact with the CPU while the fans should be powered via a 4-pin power connector, however thatâ€™s yet to be verified. Enermax will be showing off their new cooling range at CeBIT which will be hosted in Hannover, Germany from March 1st to 5th. The coolers are expected to start hitting shelves soon after that.
There's not much info on them yet, but the cooler certainly has a distinct look about it. I've always personally found Enermax to be a high quality company and look forward to seeing what they can do in the CPU cooling sector.